PLI “Safe Return” Policy for In-Person Programs

Half Day Program

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Overview

Why You Should Attend

Electronic information is all-pervasive and its use and misuse can pose serious ethical problems for attorneys. Attorneys and litigators in particular use electronic information to communicate with the public and with clients, to advertise their services, and to prosecute and defend litigation. Electronic communications have now expanded to include social media and that media poses expanded opportunities and risks for attorneys.

This program will address the cutting edge ethical issues arising out of the electronic information that attorneys use on a daily basis. The ethical issues related to the remote practice of law that have arisen due to the impact of COVID-19 will also be discussed. Hear from our experienced faculty of Judges and private practitioners who represent plaintiffs as well as defendants in civil litigation.

This program will benefit litigators who use or must deal with electronic information, whether to advertise, communicate or litigate. Whether you are in solo practice, with a small or “mega” firm, a corporation or a government agency, knowledge of the ethical implications of electronic communications – including social media – is essential to the successful practice of law today and tomorrow.

 

What You Will Learn 

Electronic information is all-pervasive and its use and misuse can pose serious ethical problems for attorneys. Attorneys and litigators in particular use electronic information to communicate with the public and with clients, to advertise their services, and to prosecute and defend litigation. Electronic communications have now expanded to include social media and that media poses expanded opportunities and risks for attorneys.

This program will address the cutting edge ethical issues arising out of the electronic information that attorneys use on a daily basis. The ethical issues related to the remote practice of law that have arisen due to the impact of COVID-19 will also be discussed. Hear from our experienced faculty of Judges and private practitioners who represent plaintiffs as well as defendants in civil litigation.

This program will benefit litigators who use or must deal with electronic information, whether to advertise, communicate or litigate. Whether you are in solo practice, with a small or “mega” firm, a corporation or a government agency, knowledge of the ethical implications of electronic communications – including social media – is essential to the successful practice of law today and tomorrow.

 

Special Features 

• Earn three hours of Ethics credit
• Half-day program

 

Who Should Attend 

This program will benefit litigators who use or must deal with electronic information, whether to advertise, communicate or litigate. Whether you are in solo practice, with a small or “mega” firm, a corporation or a government agency, knowledge of the ethical implications of electronic communications – including social media – is essential to the successful practice of law today and tomorrow.

 

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